1 And success was what they wanted.
2 None the less, he did want success.
3 But it all hinges on the instinct for success.
4 The walk with Clifford was not quite a success.
5 A splendid idea, and I hope it will be a success.
6 Aunt Eva was quite complacently proud of Clifford's success.
7 a vital little dynamo between you and Julia, to bring success.
8 Yet he was very polite to the man; to the amazing success in him.
9 He preferred the radio, which he had installed at some expense, with a good deal of success at last.
10 Clifford had never been primarily out for money, though he made it where he could, for money is the seal and stamp of success.
11 Now he realized the distinction between popular success and working success: the populace of pleasure and the populace of work.
12 Michaelis came: in summer, in a pale-coloured suit and white suede gloves, with mauve orchids for Connie, very lovely, and Act I was a great success.
13 Connie was aware from successful, old, hearty, bluffing Sir Malcolm, that artists did advertise themselves, and exert themselves to put their goods over.
14 Connie really wondered at this queer, melancholy specimen of extraordinary success; it was said he had an income of fifty thousand dollars from America alone.
15 Since I've been in the army definitely, I've got out of the way of the world, and now I see how inordinately strong the craving for self-assertion and success is in men.
16 Michaelis talked frankly about himself, quite frankly, without affectation, simply revealing his bitter, indifferent, stray-dog's soul, then showing a gleam of revengeful pride in his success.
17 As a matter of fact,' said the lean and freckled Tommy Dukes, who looked much more Irish than May, who was pale and rather fat: 'As a matter of fact, Hammond, you have a strong property instinct, and a strong will to self-assertion, and you want success.
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